ALERT: PROCEDURE - ANTI-COMPETITIVE PRACTICES - CIVIL SUITS - DAMAGES - PRIVATE ENFORCEMENT - CONFLICT OF JURIDICTION

Civil suits: The French Tribunal of Conflicts concludes, in the Ile-de-France high schools case, that administrative tribunals are competent over actions for damages when the damage is the result of anti-competitive practices relating to tendering procedures for public sector contracts (Région Ile-de-France/M. N. et al.)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article in French, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Tribunal des conflits, 16 November 2015, No. 4035 (Région Ile-de-France/M. N. et al) The Court of Disputes has therefore ruled! Liability actions against the authors of an agreement preceding the conclusion of a public contract fall within the jurisdiction of the administrative judge. This is the conclusion of the decision of the Dispute Tribunal No. 4035 of 16 November 2015 (Ile-de-France Region v. M.N. and others).. The case before the Tribunal des Conflits originated in a dispute between the Ile-de-France region and several companies, whose employees had been convicted by the criminal court for participating in an anti-competitive cartel in

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Alain Ronzano, Civil suits: The French Tribunal of Conflicts concludes, in the Ile-de-France high schools case, that administrative tribunals are competent over actions for damages when the damage is the result of anti-competitive practices relating to tendering procedures for public sector contracts (Région Ile-de-France/M. N. et al.), 16 November 2015, Concurrences N° 1-2016, Art. N° 78083, www.concurrences.com

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